Joe Cortez

As the skies clear up ahead of the summer months, Grand Ole Opry stars are shining brighter than ever. No matter what plans you have for fun in the sun, you’ll want to make time in your schedule for these sizzling shows at country music’s biggest stage.




Here’s what we have lined up for you in April, May, and June 2024:


April 5, 6, 12, & 13 and May 3: Vince Gill

One of the iconic voices of a generation, Opry member Vince Gill once again comes home to step into the Opry circle. Known for both singing and songwriting, the 19-time CMA Award winner will play some of his favorite songs like "One More Last Chance" and "Whenever You Come Around" from a discography spanning 20 albums.


April 9: Trisha Yearwood, Tyler Hubbard, Hailey Whitters, & More

On April 9, Belmont University and the Grand Ole Opry will celebrate the 50th year of Belmont’s music business program, showcasing notable alumni like Trisha Yearwood, Tyler Hubbard, Hailey Whitters, Ashley Gorley, Hillary Lindsey, and Nicolle Galyon. Don't miss this special event featuring country legends and Nashville’s talented songwriters!


April 13: Carrie Underwood

Opry member Carrie Underwood – known to bring the Opry House down – is coming back for TWO shows on April 13. See the country powerhouse perform recent hits and old favorites.


April 20: Scotty McCreery Induction

You won’t want to miss the introduction of the newest member of the Grand Ole Opry on April 20. Scotty McCreery will become the third “American Idol” alumni to join the most illustrious family in country music.


April 25: Marty Stuart

With a career spanning over 30 years, Marty Stuart is a multi-instrument virtuoso and expert on the guitar and mandolin. The Opry member’s appearance will showcase some of his fan-favorite hits like "Hillbilly Rock" and "Time Don't Wait," which have made him a household name over the years.


May 7: Lady A

Opry members Lady A return to the Opry stage on May 7 with their signature sound fusing traditional country and new rock. With hits like “Bartender,” “American Honey,” and “Love Don’t Live Here Anymore,” the band will have no shortage of hits (new and old!) to share with the audience.


May 21:  Craig Morgan

Craig Morgan was inducted into the Grand Ole Opry on October 25, 2008. Since then, this member of the U.S. Army Reserves has played massive stages and small, intimate shows for our soldiers. The singer of “That’s What I Love About Sundays,” “International Harvester,” and “Almost Home” comes home to the Opry for a special show on May 21.


June 8: Josh Turner

The unmistakable baritone that brought us hits like “Would You Go With Me” and “Why Don’t We Just Dance” comes back to the Opry on June 8. Cast member Josh Turner celebrates the 21st anniversary of his breakout hit “Long Black Train” during his tour stop at the Opry House.


June 12: 49 Winchester

Combining the sounds of classic country, rock-and-roll, and “high-octane Appalachian folk,” 49 Winchester will take up the stage at the Grand Ole Opry House on June 12. This 2024 Opry NextStage artist makes a special one-night-only appearance coming off a European tour. 


June 19: RVSHVD

From R&B and hip hop to country music, RVSHVD (pronounced RA-SHAD) credits some of the greats in country music as his inspiration, including Keith Urban, George Strait, and Alan Jackson. The 25-year-old will make his latest appearance in The Circle after debuting in September 2023.


With so many great artists coming to the Opry stage, there’s no shortage of entertainment in the coming months. Come out for an unforgettable evening of country music or make it a full-blown Nashville experience with a backstage tour of the Opry.